Greg joined Blaies & Hightower in 2007 as a partner. He focuses on several diverse areas of litigation, including employment law, personal injury, wrongful death, and complex business litigation. During the course of his legal career, Greg has tried a number of cases to juries and drafted briefs on a variety of complex matters in both state and federal trial and appellate courts.
Greg is a graduate of Angelo State University. Following college, he taught Geography and Texas History at an intermediate school in Klein, Texas – a suburb of Houston. After several years of teaching, Greg was admitted to law school at Baylor University School of Law. While in law school, Greg served as Managing Editor of the Baylor Law Review and published an article concerning unconscionable actions under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
- Baylor University School of Law, J.D., 1993
- Baylor Law Review, Managing Editor
- Student Bar Association, President 3L Class
- Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, President
- Top 10% of class
- Angelo State University, B.A., 1985
Speeches and Publications
- DTPA Gross Disparity: A Risky Business, 44 Baylor L. Rev. 133 (1992).
- Punitive Damages Update, Advanced Personal Injury Course, May 2006.